Examinations

What happens if I am ill on the day of an examination?

  1.  Parent/carer to call the attendance line on 01892 786560 or email absence@uplandscc.com no later than 8.15am, who will alert the examinations team.  You must state the exact reason why you cannot attend;
  2. Call your GP, even if you are unable to go to the surgery.  The examinations team will send you JCQ Form 14/Self Certification, which will need to be completed by you, your parent/carer and stamped by the GP practice. Return this form to Mrs Reynolds in the examinations office within 7 days;
  3. The Examinations Officer will apply for special consideration on receipt of the Self Certification form.

Mock timetables

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GCE and GCSE examinations

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Important information

Exam contingency day Wednesday 26th June 2019

We have been informed by the JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications), the providers of regulations and examination practices across the UK, that they are planning to hold an examination contingency day on Wednesday 26th June 2019.

This will be used if a significant, unexpected event arises nationally or locally during the examination period such that no students (or a large number of them) are able to take an examination when planned. Of course, we all hope there won’t be such disruption and that the contingency day won’t be needed.

All examination candidates therefore must be available to sit examinations from the start of the examinations in May until Wednesday 26th June 2019.

Examination students will not be expected to be in school that day unless they have a scheduled examination, however, they must be available and not away on holiday.

This decision is not a school decision and applies to all candidates in all schools.

Collection of AS and A Level results 2019

The AS and A Level results will be ready for collection for Year 12 and Year 13 in the main hall at the college on Thursday 15th August 2019 from 8.30 am to 11.30 am.

Students may only collect their own results; not those of a friend or relative. If students are unable to collect their results in person, a family member may collect them, provided they bring with them a note of authorisation signed by the student. They must also provide proof of identification upon collection. Results may also be mailed if a stamped address envelope is provided.

Please note that examination certificates will be available for collection from the college in November 2019.

Collection of GCSE results 2019

GCSE results will be ready for collection for Year 11 and Year 10 in the main hall at the college on Thursday 22nd August 2019 from 8.30 am to 11.30 am.

Students may only collect their own results; not those of a friend or relative. If students are unable to collect their results in person, a family member may collect them, provided they bring with them a note of authorisation signed by the student. They must also provide proof of identification upon collection. Results may also be mailed if a stamped address envelope is provided.

Please note that examination certificates will be available for collection from the college in November 2019.